The aftermarket specialists at Hofele Design have recently pulled the wraps off their latest creation, an upgrade package for the new generation of the Range Rover.
The 2013 Range Rover is being placed into the spotlights once again and after it was unveiled just earlier this year, the model is ending up in our news now thanks to a tuning company named Hofele Design. The aftermarket specialists are offering a new upgrade package for the new Range Rover, which is named the Royster GT500, adding features for both the exterior and the interior designs. The engine isn’t being left aside either.
According to the tuning company, the 2013 Range Rover is now getting a new front spoiler, new side skirts, a new front grille, a rear diffuser integrated into the bumper and a new fresh set of wheels, 20-inch in size for the front axle and 22-inch for the rear. The cabin of the model is now equipped with Bi-Color leather, amongst others, for 3,900 euros. The model has also been fitted with a pneumatic suspension system. the SDV8 4.4 liters is now producing a total output of 410 HP from 339 HP and the peak torque now stands at 720 Nm from the standard 600 Nm. The Hofele Design package for the new Range Rover will be launched in March, 2013.
by Cristian Gnaticov
) - Thursday, December 20th, 2012 - filed under Land Rover
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